The City and County of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health is progressing with the implementation of the new benchmarking ordinance and is providing the following update to all stakeholders.
The Energize Denver website on denvergov.org is now up to date on all of the Department’s initiatives and resources that aim to improve the energy efficiency of large commercial and multi-family buildings. See www.denvergov.org/energizedenver.
Trainings: The new ordinance and how to comply
The first two trainings on the new ordinance and how to comply have now been scheduled. We encourage attendance by all building owners and managers who will need to comply and all energy service companies who anticipate helping clients comply. The first two trainings dates are the following. Please RSVP.
Become a Benchmarking Trainer
We are seeking to assemble a pool of volunteers to provide training on how to benchmark a building using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager. If you are interested and believe you are qualified to be in our pool of benchmarking trainers please email email@example.com with your name and a summary of your qualifications.
Join the Advisory Group
We are forming an advisory group to make suggestions on how to improve implementation of the new benchmarking and transparency ordinance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating and we will share the meeting details.
SWEEP is offering a free Zero Net Energy Commercial Buildings Training
FOR: Builders, energy raters, designers, architects, building official and sustainability managers.
FREE REGISTRATION: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/zero-energy-ready-training-for-commercial-buildings-tickets-31044615280https://www.eventbrite.com/e/zero-energy-ready-training-for-commercial-buildings-tickets-31044615280
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